- 07/27/12 09:48:00 (21 months ago)
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r561641 r578012 353 353 354 354 There are a few ways to do this, you can have functions that stay dynamic or you can include other files on every page load. To execute PHP code on every page load you can use either the "dynamic-cached-content", "mfunc", or "mclude" tags. The "dynamic-cached-content" tag is easier to use but the other tags can still be used. Make sure you duplicate the PHP code when using these tags. The first code is executed when the page is cached, while the second chunk of code is executed when the cached page is served to the next visitor. 355 To execute WordPress functions you must define $wp_super_cache_late_init in your config file. 355 To execute WordPress functions you must e. 356 356 357 357 = dynamic-cached-content example =
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